Dollarbird is a new finance app that aims to make it easier for you to manage and analyze your personal finances. The unique thing about Dollarbird is that it functions much like a calendar which means adding an income or expense is done just as easily as adding an event to a calendar.
If you aren't a fan of services such as Mint or PageOnce, Dollarbird may be a nice alternative. It requires very little personal information to use which some users tend to prefer.
I've become a fan of the way Dollarbird analyzes finances and provides you many different ways to view data. Tables, lists, and charts are a few of the ways you can get an overview of your finances. The calendar view then shows notations as to where you've added income and spent income. This makes it easy to find what you're looking for instead of scrolling through long lists of entries.
The interface is very well done and income and expense entry is quick and easy. If you happen to check out Dollarbird, let us know what you think in the comments.
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